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3 RV Parks near Jarbidge, Nevada
Aug 2013 - $15.00
The park is along the Jarbidge River under tall cottonwood trees. The all-gravel sites are tight, but the office reports the park is "rarely, if ever" full. Fairly easy access and decent maneuvering room. No restrooms. Showers available at the office a quarter mile down the road ($2). Access to Jarbidge is via a one-lane road, probably wouldn't pull anything longer than 30' into Jarbidge. Beautiful country. - IDWindstar
Sep 2019 - $15.00
Dry camping at it's best with great views and good fishing.Been a few years since we've been back to Wildhorse everything has been upgraded from Roads to canopies to picnic tables to fire rings what a nice place to get away from it all. The only thing I might add is its a little bit of a negative but wasn't bothersome it seems like everybody gets construction type generators that are 2 to 3 times louder than a normal RV generator, which had the campground been full this could have been a noise hindrance. Another thing this time a year when the weather is changing it seems like the flies are trying to make a last stance and you cannot leave your door open for one second without several flies rushing in. We had a great time and I would consider this campground big rig friendly even if you had to back in it still is very accessible dump station on site with water available what a great place to spend a week or so. Enjoy!! - monaco cruiser
Oct 2017 - $14.00
Stayed here for 7 nights in a 24' camp trailer. Sites are roomy with covered picnic tables. Sites are gravel. Park employees are very nice and take pride in keeping the park clean. Great spot to stay in a relatively remote part of Nevada with great hunting and fishing opportunities in the area as well as just sight-seeing. - LarrynMary
Sep 2013 - $14.00
This is a nice, very remote campground at Wild Horse Reservoir. The road into the campground is paved. Roads in the loops and all sites are gravel, but not dusty. Some sites are level, and some are not. Only a few sites can accommodate big rigs. Most sites are back-ins, but there are also some pull-thru. Every site has a fire place and a picnic table. You get a good distance to the neighbours. It is dry camping only, but they have showers and restrooms available. There is also a dump station. The views are stunning and it is very quiet. Our Verizon aircard worked sometimes very slowly, sometime with LTE and sometimes not at all. - RVer from Oregon